Introducing myRSVL with three new easy ways to report issues and concerns to the City

Updated November 01, 2023

Easily report and track concerns on a wide range of local, non-emergency issues through myRSVL, a new innovative tool from the City of Roseville.

myRSVL can be accessed through a new smartphone app, via a web browser, or Rosie, the City’s chatbot.

  • The myRSVL app is available on the Apple and Google Play stores.  Use the QR code to download the free app.
  • You can also reach myRSVL at on any web browser, or
  • Text “hello” to 866-25-ROSIE (76743) to report issues or get answers to city questions from Rosie, the city’s chatbot. 

You can use myRSVL to report a variety of service requests, including but not limited to:

  • Graffiti removal
  • Pothole repair
  • Library room rentals
  • Dog parks concerns
  • Irrigation concerns
  • Street sign repairs
  • Illegal dumping
  • Drainage issues
  • Park Maintenance
  • Tree concerns
  • Traffic signals
  • Public nuisances
Do not use myRSVL for emergencies

Capture images or videos of local concerns and submit them through myRSVL. Add a brief description of the issue and send it directly to the City for prompt resolution.

Users can also take advantage of your smartphone's geo-location technology to provide the precise location of the reported issue, making the process even easier. 

Within myRSVL, you can also view and track nearby issues. For those who opt to provide contact information, the application provides notifications regarding the status of your requests, keeping you informed throughout the resolution process.

The myRSVL app also has direct links to City news, job openings, City events, and answers to many of your questions about the City.